Does anyone have experience with PM's "very good" or "great" condition iphones, in terms of actual physical condition, battery life, etc?
I'm considering picking up one but not sure if it's better to hold out and pay extra for one that's "like new". The descriptions on the site are helpful but am worried they down play condition.
The certified pre-owned phones are generally sourced from customer returns with very little usage. As an example, these usage limits come from Koodo's 15 day return policy. I have previously purchased pre-owns via Koodo but not Public Mobile. The phones are pretty much brand new. If the price is attractive, there is very little risk in the purchase.
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but I suggest you to buy a brand new device better for battery a new and no one used you know and brand new device with a new technology and more fast then used.
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Thanks to everyone for the input so far - definitely showing the value of the PM community!
@farmbot - was the phone you ordered called "Like New" condition by PM, or was it " Very Good" or "Great" condition? Really trying to figure out what those "Very Good" or "Great" ones are actually like to decide if I should pay more for "Like New" condition. Sounds like you may have got a "Like New" one.